Professor Sue Black is known the world over for her work as a forensic anthropologist and anatomist. From uncovering war crimes in Kosovo to identifying bodies in the Indian Ocean tsunami, she’s returned bodies to their loved ones, often years after they disappeared.
Dr Shepherd takes nothing for granted in the pursuit of truth. Each post-mortem is a detective story in its own right – and Shepherd has performed over 23,000 of them and involved in some of the most high-profile cases of recent times.
How do these extraordinary people manage to separate work and the rest of their life – and what happens when those lines blur? Sue and Richard will discuss this and some of the extraordinary cases they’ve covered in their long careers. Q&A session and book-signing.
7.30pm – 9.00pm | £14.50
The Queen has had corgis by her side ever since she was seven years old and persuaded her father to buy one for the family. The dogs are the Queen’s constant companions and Jenny’s book reveals the scraps and scrapes in which the dogs have been involved.
Daughter of Sir John Junor and school-mate of Princess Anne, journalist, TV presenter and popular writer, Penny Junor is possibly best known for her royal biographies, originating with Diana: Princess of Wales, earning her the label of ‘royal expert’. This is a fascinating and affectionate look at the Queen and her most faithful companions on what really makes our much-loved and longest reigning monarch truly light up.
3.00pm – 4.00pm | £8.50